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Top Five Selling Cars in Colorado in 2012
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Nissan Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Car Program
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How to Get Nissan Dealership Certified
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Top 10 Best-Selling Cars of 2016
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Industry News for Automotive Techs: November 5 - November 11
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The Best Used Cars to Buy If You Live in a Hilly Area
Do you live in terrain that is hilly? Do your city streets feature plenty of inclines and declines that can be nothing short of treacherous in miserable weather? If so, when it’s time to purchase a car you’re...
The Best Used Cars to Buy for Fuel Economy
Owning a vehicle comes with a number of expenses – car insurance, repairs, regular maintenance, car payments, and of course the gas. So if you’re looking to cut costs, finding a...
The Best Used Cars to Buy If You're a Mobile Housekeeper
If you are a mobile housekeeper, chances are that you are looking for a small, reliable used vehicle that offers good gas mileage and enough space to store your supplies. With that in mind,...
The Best Used Cars to Buy If You're a Farmer
If you're a farmer, you know that what you need isn’t a used car – it’s a used pickup truck. How else are you going to haul around hay, implements, garden produce,...
The Best Used Cars to Buy If You’re a Caterer
If you are in the catering business, you need a reliable vehicle that will provide you with what you need to transport your food, linens, and other supplies. Generally speaking, you're better off...
The Best Used Cars to Buy If You're an Uber or Lyft Driver
Are you thinking of becoming a driver for Uber or Lyft? That could be an exciting career change – you’ll get to meet a lot of interesting people, and if you love to drive, what better way to...
The Best Used Cars to Buy If You're a Gardener or Landscape Architect
Gardeners and landscape architects need to haul around quite a bit of gear. As a gardener, chances are you will need to transport a variety of mowing equipment, along...
The Best Used Cars to Buy If You’re a Plumber
Plumbers need to carry around all manner of tools and supplies. If you’re plumbing a large building, or even a decent sized home, you’re going to need a vehicle that has quite...
The Best Used Cars to Buy If You’re an Electrician
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The Best Used Cars to Buy If You're a Teacher
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The Best Used Cars to Buy If You're a General Contractor
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My car won't start after replacing the clutch.
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Battery issue? 2009 Nissan Rouge slow to start. Will a stronger battery help?
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The VDC LIGHTS AND CHECK ENGINE LIGHTS LIGHT UP IN THE DASH BOARD
Hi there. Anytime you see a check engine light or other warning light illuminate on the dashboard, it is due to a fault being stored in the ECU of your Nissan. The fault code typically indicates that a system or...
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security indicator light
Hello. The problem you're having could be something as simple as a key fob battery going deade. You can have your key fob battery tested at most auto parts stores. To bypass the key fob put the key fob into...
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I changed the throttle body on my Murano and ever since gas pedal is unresponsive? I did all 3 relearn procedures. What is wrong? 2004 Nissan Murano
Hello - there are a couple of possibilities for the "failure to relearn" of the new throttle position sensor". If engine management recognizes an invalid parameter during the relearn process (low system voltage, AC compressor kicking on, etc.), it cancels...
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P0420 bad under body catalytic converter 2003 Nissan Altima
Hi there - you are correct that there are 2 catalytic converters on your vehicle; one (sometimes called a pre-catalyst) that is part of the exhaust manifold, and a 2nd converter further "downstream" in the exhuast system. It is the...
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All dashboard lights and tail lights do not work after driving through a lot of snow. Headlights work. And brake lights work.
Hello. We'll be happy to help you. There are a few things that I recommend checking to discover why your lighting system is malfunctioning. The headlight dimmer switch should be checked. Along with the wiring harness above the right front...
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Clunking noise when coming to a stop
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do you know how long it would take to replace an oxygen sensor in a 2005 nissan murano?
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Is my car worth fixing
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My car starts fine but always like once a month it doesn't start it cranks ok but it will not start if I let it sit for 6 hours
Hi There, What you are describing sounds like an ignition coil that may be failing. Ignition coils are prone to this type of erratic functioning or heat cycling when they are beginning to fail due to the temperature fluctuations under...
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Drove in manual on accident on freeway for 30 mins.
Hello. It is likely that one of the lower gears were damaged when the transmission was stuck in manual mode. I'm guessing that the gear that it drove was first gear until you got to your destination. Driving in first...
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My car does not make a sound when I turn the key
Hi There, It sounds like you may have a bad battery connection or potentially a faulty starter relay. The starter relay directs power from the battery to the starter solenoid which then engages the starter when you turn the key....
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Idling problem
Hi There, Depending on how long this condition lasts, you may have either a faulty or dirty idle air control valve or a problem with the enrichment process when the car starts up in colder weather. If the condition goes...
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Oil pressure light
Hi There, It sounds like you may have run the engine low on oil for some time resulting in a metal on metal noise sound as you describe. The oil pressure light will usually come on when a few things...
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Can you figure out why it's overheating?
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The security system warning light should not illuminate once the vehicle is started and you are driving. If the light does illuminate, that means there is a malfunction in the security system. Obviously, if this problem started immediately after you...
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My altima will not start.
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Replaced my upstream O2 sensor. The check engine light won't turn off.
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Service engine soon light on
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